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IEEE has announced the 2012 recipients of IEEE Technical Field Awards and SPS members were recipients of five of the 25 awards.
The SPS award recipients appear in bold text below:
IEEE JAMES L. FLANAGAN SPEECH AND AUDIO PROCESSING AWARD recognizes outstanding contributions to the adavancement of speech and/or audio signal processing. The 2012 co-recipients are James Baker, Carnegie Mellon University, Maitland, FL, USA and JANET BAKER, Saras Institute, Maitland, FL, USA, for fundamental contributions to the theory and practice of automatic speech recognition.
IEEE MASASU IBUKA CONSUMER ELECTRONICS AWARD recognizes outstanding contributions in the field of consumer electronics technology. The 2012 co-recipients are Gisle Bjontegaard, Tandberg Telecom, Lysaker, Norway; GARY SULLIVAN, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, USA; and Thomas Wiegand, Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, Heinrich Hertz Institute, Berlin, Germany, for leadership and technical contributions to the development of the globally deployed vide coding standard H.264/MPEG4-AVC.
IEEE JOSEPH F. KEITHLEY AWARD IN INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT recognizes outstanding contributions in electrical measurements. The 2012 recipient is RIK PINTELON, Vrijo Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium, for the development of innovative system identification methods for measurement applications.
IEEE JUDITH A. RESNIK AWARD recognizes outstanding contributions to space engineering, within the fields of interest of the IEEE. The 2012 recipient is PRAMOD KUMAR VARSHNEY, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA, for contributions to and leadership in the theory and practice of multisensor data fusion for aerospace and bioengineering applications.
IEEE LEON K. KIRCHMAYER GRADUATE TEACHING AWARD recognizes inspirational teaching of graduate students in the IEEE fields of interest. The 2012 recipient is ANTHONY G. CONSTANTINIDES, Imperial College, London, England, for educating, inspiring and mentoring generations of graduate students in digital signal processing and communications throughout the world.
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